Kids’ Night, Double Features, and more at Madison this Friday

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Load up the car, truck, or mini-van and bring the kids to Madison International Speedway this Friday night for an evening of racing and fun.

This Friday night belongs to the kids as it’s Pellitteri Waste Systems Kids’ Night. Bring out the young fans to celebrate the completion of another school year as all kids 11 and under will be admitted free plus One Community Bank will be sponsoring a $1000 coin scramble during intermission for the kids. It’s affordable family fun and entertainment at its finest right here at Madison International Speedway.

But the main event is a great racing program on-track that will make this the perfect night for fans of all ages. It’s the second event for the Madison “weekly” racing program highlighted by double features for the Late Models, Dave’s White Rock MISfitz, Roto Rooter 6Shooters, and the visiting High School Racing Association.

On May 26th Zack Riddle swept both features for the Late Models earning him his 29th and 30th career Late Model wins at Madison. But a stellar group of late model drivers is lining up to put their cars in victory lane ahead of Riddle. In his first appearance at Madison, Tanner Berge took home the checkered flag in the MISfitz while former champion Dave Edwards also notched a win. A pair of drivers, Dylan Klinger and Josh Morris, picked up wins in the 6Shooters. Jackson Martindale captured the HSRA feature back on June 2nd.

Adult admission is $15 / Seniors and Heroes $12 / Students 12-17 $8 / Eleven and Under Free / Family Pass (good for two adults and up to four students) $30

3:30 Pit Gates Open
4:15 Turn One Chapel
5:00 Practice
6:00 Gates Open
6:20 Qualifying
7:20 Opening Ceremonies
7:30 Green Flag

The next event at Madison is Friday, June 23rd for Salute to America Night featuring the Bytec Dairyland 100 for the USAC Silver Crown Series, plus Late Models and MISfitz and the area’s best aerial and ground fireworks display. The USAC Silver Crown Series will bring drivers from coast to coast to Wisconsin’s Fastest Half-Mile as they will turn the fastest laps you’ll see all year.